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Survival Gear

The Best Survival Gear for Your Backpacking Trip If you want to get relief from your stressful day to day routine while reconnecting with your friends, why not go backpacking. If you decide to go backpacking alone, or with friends or family, this season, you'll want to stay safe. That's why it's important to carry a complete survival gear kit. This kit can help you through any problems you may face during your backpacking trip. While you're compiling your gear list, don't forget to take all possible crises, including natural debacles, into consideration. Many people run out of drinkable water, while on a countryside adventure, especially if they're in the woods. That's why you should have a portable water purifier in your survival gear. You can use a portable solar kettle to heat and purify water, in the case of an emergency. The kettle does not require batteries or have moving parts, so there is very little chance of the unit malfunctioning or breaking down. This unit can effectively take care of your potable water needs if you were to run out. In order to keep food from becoming a breeding ground for bacteria, it's important to keep moisture from settling in. An air tight container can keep food edible for a longer period of time than other food storage systems. These containers should be part of your survival gear. A tear resistant zipper bag with numerous pockets can be a great place to store food supplies neatly. While backpacking you need to be able to start a fire. However, regular matches, are not the best choice. If it rains or if your gear gets wet, your matches may also get wet, and won't work. One alternative to matches is flint strikers which have tinder, in a separate compartment to keep it dry. A flint striker can be used for up to 8,000 strikes and can be purchased at a reasonable price. If you'll be backpacking in snowy conditions, you should make sure the gear you bring the gear that is essential for survival. This gear can include water, food, warm clothing and a knife. The knife can be used for cutting into difficult things or attached to the end of a stick for self-defense. As night approaches during your backpacking trip, you'll need something to light the way. You don't want to get lost or hurt because you could not see the trail. You can use a tactical black screw pen with flashlight and glass breaking tip. This pen is durable and has several functions. The paracord bracelet with a built-in compass and whistle is an effective tool for signaling when there's trouble or you get lost in the countryside. Since paracord is made from a resistant material, this gear can also be used for may other purposes. If you plan on bringing your electronic hear, you'll need to have a good power source. Your electronics will need to be charged during your trip. A solar charger pack is a great way to use the power of the sun to keep your electronics up and running. A smart chip in the charger can automatically start charging as soon as the charger is put in the sun. You can use this pack to charge your portable devices. It's lightweight and can easily be folded and carried.

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